Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property  
A typical JTIP cover.
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Tul. J. of Tech. & Intell. Prop.
Discipline Intellectual property law
Language English
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
founded in 1997
Frequency Annual
Indexing
ISSN 1533-3531
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The Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (JTIP) is a student-edited journal of the Tulane University Law School.[1] JTIP examines legal issues relating to technology, including topics such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, information privacy, computer law, constitutional law, contracts, torts, and all other policy implications of law and technology in society and Baltimore.

Membership[edit]

JTIP's editorial members are second- and third-year law students who work under the guidance of faculty advisors. Membership is determined by an annual write-on competition.

2011-2012 Board:
Editor in Chief: Chad Sanders
Senior Managing Editor: Matthew DeIulio
Senior Notes & Comments Editor: Russell Withers
Senior Business Editor: Jacklina Len
Senior Communications Editor: Brooke Childers

2011-2012 Managing Editors:
Anastasia Caton
David Gershel
Matthew Horton
Tela Justice
Brittany Kendig
Cameron Malone
Jennifer Necas
Jordan Parker
Shana Pollack
Steven Sarpy
Paul Spradley
Christopher Stow-Serge

Significant articles[edit]

  • Thomas P. Haggerty, Note, A Blue Note: The Sixth Circuit, Product Design and the Confusion Doctrines in Gibson Guitar Corp. v. Paul Reed Smith Guitars, LP, 8 Tul. J. of Tech. & Intell. Prop. 219 (2006).

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